Affiche Bremner, Bird and Fortune
  • 12 saisons
  • 76 épisodes
  • Début :
    1997
  • Statut :
    En Cours
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S01E01 1-1 00/00/0000 Rory Bremner's show returned in 1999 but with a new title and extended slots, though with the same high quality mix of impressionism and satire. As the title suggests there was a greater input from John Fortune and John Bird who, in addition to performing their own pieces, also worked in recurring sketches in which Rory Bremner, in the guise of a politician, would be grilled by the pair as interviewers. Another bonus was the excellent portrayal by Andrew Dunn of the Prime Ministers notorious press secretary Alistair Campbell, presented here as a cross between Machiavelli and a gruff northern Football manager.
S01E02 1-2 00/00/0000 Rory Bremner's show returned in 1999 but with a new title and extended slots, though with the same high quality mix of impressionism and satire. As the title suggests there was a greater input from John Fortune and John Bird who, in addition to performing their own pieces, also worked in recurring sketches in which Rory Bremner, in the guise of a politician, would be grilled by the pair as interviewers. Another bonus was the excellent portrayal by Andrew Dunn of the Prime Ministers notorious press secretary Alistair Campbell, presented here as a cross between Machiavelli and a gruff northern Football manager.
S01E03 1-3 00/00/0000 Rory Bremner's show returned in 1999 but with a new title and extended slots, though with the same high quality mix of impressionism and satire. As the title suggests there was a greater input from John Fortune and John Bird who, in addition to performing their own pieces, also worked in recurring sketches in which Rory Bremner, in the guise of a politician, would be grilled by the pair as interviewers. Another bonus was the excellent portrayal by Andrew Dunn of the Prime Ministers notorious press secretary Alistair Campbell, presented here as a cross between Machiavelli and a gruff northern Football manager.
S01E04 1-4 00/00/0000 Rory Bremner's show returned in 1999 but with a new title and extended slots, though with the same high quality mix of impressionism and satire. As the title suggests there was a greater input from John Fortune and John Bird who, in addition to performing their own pieces, also worked in recurring sketches in which Rory Bremner, in the guise of a politician, would be grilled by the pair as interviewers. Another bonus was the excellent portrayal by Andrew Dunn of the Prime Ministers notorious press secretary Alistair Campbell, presented here as a cross between Machiavelli and a gruff northern Football manager.
S01E05 1-5 00/00/0000 Rory Bremner's show returned in 1999 but with a new title and extended slots, though with the same high quality mix of impressionism and satire. As the title suggests there was a greater input from John Fortune and John Bird who, in addition to performing their own pieces, also worked in recurring sketches in which Rory Bremner, in the guise of a politician, would be grilled by the pair as interviewers. Another bonus was the excellent portrayal by Andrew Dunn of the Prime Ministers notorious press secretary Alistair Campbell, presented here as a cross between Machiavelli and a gruff northern Football manager.
S01E06 1-6 00/00/0000 Rory Bremner's show returned in 1999 but with a new title and extended slots, though with the same high quality mix of impressionism and satire. As the title suggests there was a greater input from John Fortune and John Bird who, in addition to performing their own pieces, also worked in recurring sketches in which Rory Bremner, in the guise of a politician, would be grilled by the pair as interviewers. Another bonus was the excellent portrayal by Andrew Dunn of the Prime Ministers notorious press secretary Alistair Campbell, presented here as a cross between Machiavelli and a gruff northern Football manager.
S01E07 1-7 00/00/0000 Rory Bremner's show returned in 1999 but with a new title and extended slots, though with the same high quality mix of impressionism and satire. As the title suggests there was a greater input from John Fortune and John Bird who, in addition to performing their own pieces, also worked in recurring sketches in which Rory Bremner, in the guise of a politician, would be grilled by the pair as interviewers. Another bonus was the excellent portrayal by Andrew Dunn of the Prime Ministers notorious press secretary Alistair Campbell, presented here as a cross between Machiavelli and a gruff northern Football manager.
S01E08 1-8 00/00/0000 Rory Bremner's show returned in 1999 but with a new title and extended slots, though with the same high quality mix of impressionism and satire. As the title suggests there was a greater input from John Fortune and John Bird who, in addition to performing their own pieces, also worked in recurring sketches in which Rory Bremner, in the guise of a politician, would be grilled by the pair as interviewers. Another bonus was the excellent portrayal by Andrew Dunn of the Prime Ministers notorious press secretary Alistair Campbell, presented here as a cross between Machiavelli and a gruff northern Football manager.
S02E01 2-1 00/00/0000
S02E02 2-2 00/00/0000
S02E03 2-3 00/00/0000
S02E04 2-4 00/00/0000
S02E05 2-5 00/00/0000
S02E06 2-6 00/00/0000
S03E01 3-1 00/00/0000 The third series found Bremner perfecting his impressions of new Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith and new England football coach Sven-Goran Eriksson.
S03E02 3-2 00/00/0000
S03E03 3-3 00/00/0000
S03E04 3-4 00/00/0000
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S03E06 3-6 00/00/0000
S03E07 At her Majesty's Pleasure 00/00/0000 A Jubilee special celebrating the Queens Golden Jubilee.
S03E08 Between Iraq and a Hard Place 00/00/0000 The comedy trio Bremner Bird and Fortune bring their viewpoint on the Iraqi crisis in their own unique way We're about to invade Iraq. Again. We invaded in 1917… and 1941… and 1991. This time though, we're dealing with Saddam Hussein. But then, we've been dealing with Saddam for years. Why now? The Americans see the chance to bring traditional Western values to the Middle East (aka the guys with the diapers on their heads): democracy (from the people who brought you George W Bush); freedom (from the people who brought you Guantanamo Bay) and economic prosperity (from the people who bought you Enron). Starring George W Bush, Tony Blair, Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleeza Rice, Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and a cast of… well, Rory Bremner, flanked by John Bird and John Fortune as Foreign Office mandarins, convinced that this time they have got it right, and that above all the one thing this is not about is oil…
S03E09 Beyond Iraq and a hard place 00/00/0000 The comedy trio Bremner Bird and Fortune bring their viewpoint on the Iraqi crisis in their own unique way We're about to invade Iraq. Again. We invaded in 1917… and 1941… and 1991. This time though, we're dealing with Saddam Hussein. But then, we've been dealing with Saddam for years. Why now? The Americans see the chance to bring traditional Western values to the Middle East (aka the guys with the diapers on their heads): democracy (from the people who brought you George W Bush); freedom (from the people who brought you Guantanamo Bay) and economic prosperity (from the people who bought you Enron). Starring George W Bush, Tony Blair, Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleeza Rice, Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and a cast of… well, Rory Bremner, flanked by John Bird and John Fortune as Foreign Office mandarins, convinced that this time they have got it right, and that above all the one thing this is not about is oil…
S03E10 Trust Me I'm a Prime Minister 00/00/0000 Rory Bremner and the two Johns return for a one-off special. President Bush is in town, and Tony Blair sees the Special Relationship as a potential means of upping his credibility on the home front. One party conference, a public enquiry, a state visit and a mass demonstration after the war in Iraq supposedly ended and it's time for Tony Blair to submit himself to trial by comedy once more, at the hands of Bremner, Bird & Fortune. With illusionists in the news this year, Tony's ability to get out of seemingly impossible situations will need to be even more impressive than ever. After all, in the words of Alastair Campbell, ‘there is this huge stuff about trust'. With Campbell gone to sharpen his pencil, our PM looks an ever-more isolated figure, out of touch with Cabinet, Parliament and the people. According to an unidentified former Minister, to whom we refer only as ‘Clare Short', Tony Blair is now making an increasing number of decisions in private with his small coterie of co
S04E01 4-1 00/00/0000 The satirical triumvirate of Bremner, Bird and Fortune have been bringing us their weekly viewpoint on the Iraq crisis, the axis of evil, human rights, domestic rifts between church and state and the morality of Tony Blair (""if he exists, why does he allow such terrible things to happen?""). The series starred George W Bush, Tony Blair, Jack Straw, David Blunkett, Archbishop Rowan Williams, Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleeza Rice, Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and a cast of… well, Rory Bremner, flanked by John Bird and John Fortune.
S04E02 4-2 00/00/0000 The satirical triumvirate of Bremner, Bird and Fortune have been bringing us their weekly viewpoint on the Iraq crisis, the axis of evil, human rights, domestic rifts between church and state and the morality of Tony Blair (""if he exists, why does he allow such terrible things to happen?""). The series starred George W Bush, Tony Blair, Jack Straw, David Blunkett, Archbishop Rowan Williams, Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleeza Rice, Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and a cast of… well, Rory Bremner, flanked by John Bird and John Fortune.
S04E03 4-3 00/00/0000 The satirical triumvirate of Bremner, Bird and Fortune have been bringing us their weekly viewpoint on the Iraq crisis, the axis of evil, human rights, domestic rifts between church and state and the morality of Tony Blair (""if he exists, why does he allow such terrible things to happen?""). The series starred George W Bush, Tony Blair, Jack Straw, David Blunkett, Archbishop Rowan Williams, Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleeza Rice, Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and a cast of… well, Rory Bremner, flanked by John Bird and John Fortune.
S04E04 4-4 00/00/0000 The satirical triumvirate of Bremner, Bird and Fortune have been bringing us their weekly viewpoint on the Iraq crisis, the axis of evil, human rights, domestic rifts between church and state and the morality of Tony Blair (""if he exists, why does he allow such terrible things to happen?""). The series starred George W Bush, Tony Blair, Jack Straw, David Blunkett, Archbishop Rowan Williams, Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleeza Rice, Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and a cast of… well, Rory Bremner, flanked by John Bird and John Fortune.
S04E05 4-5 00/00/0000 The satirical triumvirate of Bremner, Bird and Fortune have been bringing us their weekly viewpoint on the Iraq crisis, the axis of evil, human rights, domestic rifts between church and state and the morality of Tony Blair (""if he exists, why does he allow such terrible things to happen?""). The series starred George W Bush, Tony Blair, Jack Straw, David Blunkett, Archbishop Rowan Williams, Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleeza Rice, Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and a cast of… well, Rory Bremner, flanked by John Bird and John Fortune.
S04E06 4-6 00/00/0000 The satirical triumvirate of Bremner, Bird and Fortune have been bringing us their weekly viewpoint on the Iraq crisis, the axis of evil, human rights, domestic rifts between church and state and the morality of Tony Blair (""if he exists, why does he allow such terrible things to happen?""). The series starred George W Bush, Tony Blair, Jack Straw, David Blunkett, Archbishop Rowan Williams, Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleeza Rice, Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and a cast of… well, Rory Bremner, flanked by John Bird and John Fortune.
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S05E03 5-3 00/00/0000
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S07E07 A Bunch Of Counts 00/00/0000 For months and months we have all known that the election will take place on the 5th May 2005. Whenever Blair finally got round to officially announcing it, the election campaign kicked off and quickly we found ourselves on the eve of polling.
S07E08 2005-09-11 11/09/2005 With Hawkeye at the ready, and Simon Hughes and Geoffrey Boycott providing the ball-by-ball analysis, it's time to put Tony Blair to the test. In Whitehall, David Blunkett has spent the summer on set as an extra hoping for a line on 'Westminster', a new disaster movie starring John Prescott. In America, George Bush has finally returned from the ranch and is ready to take up arms against bird flu, and here at home Tony Blair has returned from holiday, only to pick up a clean shirt, and jet off again, to China to fight the bra wars. Meanwhile Rory and the Two Johns have returned to the studio for a new series casting their impression of the world about them.
S07E09 2005-09-18 00/00/0000
S07E10 2005-09-25 25/09/2005 Rory Bremner and Messrs Bird and Fortune bring another week to a close with more comment, comedy and crookery. With party conference season started it's off to the coast for sand and sea and satire while music comes from the inimitable George Bush quartet.
S07E11 2005-10-02 02/10/2005 His master's voices, Rory Bremner and Messrs Bird and Fortune, bring another week to a close with more comment, comedy and crookery. With party conference season started it's off to the coast for sand and sea and satire while music comes from the inimitable George Bush quartet.
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S15E01 The Blame Game 00/00/0000
S15E02 Happy Days Are Here Again 00/00/0000
S15E03 Who Broke Britain 00/00/0000
S16E01 The Daily Wind Up 1 00/00/0000
S16E02 The Daily Wind Up 2 00/00/0000
S16E03 The Daily Wind Up 3 00/00/0000

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